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This resource supports Hull Truck Theatre’s production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, written by Deborah McAndrew. The activities are suitable for students in late Key Stage 2 and early Key Stage 3.
Back To Ours will once again be taking over our school halls and community venues this October Half Term with more magical shows and cultural wonder for the whole family
Take your class on a journey into the future with our 2097: We Made Ourselves Over resources.
Each month we’re bringing you ideas from drama to drawing, digital to dance, so that you can put your CPD learning into action.
Our incredible journey started by celebrating our city’s amazing history and our fourth season celebrates the future, as we ask you to go Tell The World.
From 2 Oct until 5 Nov, visit the Fruit Market to see The Sixteen Thousand a powerful art installation created by the city’s youngest residents.
The 2017 edition of the world renowned art prize, awarded by Tate, takes place at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull.
Save the date for a festival like no other, come celebrate and be amazed by the creativity and ambition of the city’s children.
We want to know what you really think about our NO LIMITS programme. If you could answer our short survey that would be really awesome!
An annual celebration of poetry and all things poetical, to help you celebrate national poetry day we’ve developed a toolkit full of ideas and resources.
We’re coming to the end of our Freedom season and are on countdown to our fourth season, Tell The World, which begins on 1 Oct.
Part of BBC’s Contains Strong Language, you’re invited to bring 20 students to the First Story Young Writers Festival on 29 Sep 2017 at the University of Hull.